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Zen of the Right Button
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Zen of the Right Button
So far I’ve talked about holding down your mouse button as if your mouse
has only one button. But most PC mice have two buttons; some have even
more. Many people use only the left button and they get along just fine.
When you right-drag an item (drag it by holding down the right mouse button
instead of the left button), something different happens when you drop the
item off: A menu asks what result you want. I don’t always remember what’s
going to happen when I drag an item and drop it off, so I like to use the
rightdrag feature just to be sure.
For example, if you right-drag a contact to the Mail button, a menu with a
half-dozen choices appears. The choices include the following:
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